The Tower of Dust is now live on iTunes in the U.S., Canada, France, Australia, and the United Kingdom. In addition, the novel is now available from Diesel ebooks.
I have been advised that the Sony ebook store, Barnes & Noble, and Kobo will be receiving the book by the end of this week. I will post links to those as soon as they are live.
The first novel set in the city of Ythis is now available. The Tower of Dust is a dark sword and sorcery story involving demons, knife fights in dark alleys, evil sorcerers, mad priests, betrayals, and a mind-shattering god.
The official blurb:
In the city of Ythis, everything comes with a hidden price. For Borolt Zale, the price of continuing his war against the Church of Iathephos was to give himself over to the service of another, possibly greater, evil – the sorcerer Veylar Dust.
A great beast inhabits the Bay of Ythis, demanding blood sacrifice from ships entering the harbor, while Borolt works to uncover the truth behind the creature. But a sudden, violent death in the Tower of Dust triggers a new problem that may signal the beginning of the end for the city of Ythis.
Surrounded by powerful forces of darkness, Borolt Zale must solve the puzzle of a demon’s broken binding while escaping the Church’s mad plots to bring down the sorcerers of Ythis, and the enemies of Veylar Dust who rival even his dark power.
The Tower of Dust is available as an ebook from Amazon and Smashwords, and will be available in other ebook stores shortly.
Print books will be available from Amazon.com soon. I will announce as soon as the print book appears in the online store.